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How to clean a stinky puppy!



"5 Tips for Dealing with a Stinky Puppy

Puppies are adorable, but they can also be smelly. Whether it's from playing in the mud or just being a natural part of growing up, a stinky puppy can be a real problem for pet owners. But don't worry, there are ways to keep your puppy smelling fresh and clean. Here are five tips for dealing with a stinky puppy:

  1. Regular bathing: Make sure to bathe your puppy regularly, at least once a month. Use a dog-specific shampoo and conditioner, and make sure to rinse thoroughly to remove all traces of soap.

  2. Brush and groom: Brushing and grooming your puppy regularly can help remove dirt, debris, and loose hair that can contribute to a bad smell. Use a soft brush to remove tangles and mats, and trim your puppy's nails to prevent them from becoming too long and dirty.

  3. Clean ears: Clean your puppy's ears regularly to prevent a build-up of wax and dirt that can lead to an unpleasant odor. Use a cotton ball or pad dipped in a mild ear cleaning solution to gently clean the inside of your puppy's ears.

  4. Watch diet: A diet that is too high in protein or fat can contribute to bad breath and body odor. Make sure your puppy is eating a balanced diet and talk to your vet about the best food options for your specific breed.

  5. Consult with a vet: If your puppy's bad smell persists despite your best efforts, it may be a sign of a medical condition. Consult with your vet to rule out any underlying health issues and for further advice.

Remember that puppies are still growing and changing, so don't be surprised if their scent changes as they mature. With a little bit of care and attention, you can help keep your stinky puppy smelling fresh and clean."



English Bulldogs in particular have sensitive skin and are prone to skin allergies and irritations, so it's important to use a gentle and mild shampoo when bathing them. Here are some tips for shampooing an English Bulldog puppy:

  1. Brush the puppy's coat before bathing to remove any tangles or mats.

  2. Wet the puppy's coat thoroughly with warm water, and make sure to avoid getting water in their eyes, ears, and nose.

  3. Apply a small amount of mild, dog-specific shampoo to a damp sponge or washcloth and gently lather the puppy's coat. Avoid using human shampoo as it can be harsh on their skin.

  4. Pay extra attention to the puppy's wrinkles and folds, as these areas can trap dirt and bacteria. Clean these areas gently with a damp cloth.

  5. Rinse the puppy's coat thoroughly with warm water to remove all traces of shampoo.

  6. Dry the puppy off with a towel, and use a hair dryer on a low setting to dry the puppy's coat and wrinkles. Make sure the air is not too hot and keep the dryer at a distance to avoid overheating the puppy.

It's also important to keep in mind that English Bulldogs can overheat easily so make sure the room is well ventilated and the water is not too hot. Also, it's recommended not to bathe them too frequently as it can dry out their skin, once a month is enough. If your puppy has any specific skin conditions, it's best to consult with your vet for personalized advice on how to care for their skin.


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